Beth is a Portland native, attended Lake Oswego High School and University of Oregon, resides in her hometown of Lake Oswego, and celebrates being at home in the “lake life” community. Having raised her family in the northwest Portland neighborhood of Cedar Mill for the past 20 years, she cherishes those magnificently colored skies along the Sunset Corridor in “Nike town”. She cheerfully refers to herself as “Portland’s lifestyle Pro”, and dutifully shares with her client’s her expertise in the rich histories, iconic cultures, and vast neighborhoods of the Willamette Valley and Portland Metropolitan areas. She celebrates alongside her clients in finding a new home, selling the cherished family home, securing a lucrative investment property, or finding a second home to create cherished family memories. Beth has had lifelong successful career in sales, serving every client with a discerning passion, to listen and truly understand their goals and needs and achieving them.
She is a member of the National Association of Realtors®, Oregon Association of Realtors® and Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors® and has additional training as a certified SRES® (Senior Real Estate Specialist) due to her compassion and expertise serving in the long-term care industry for over 3 decades as a co-owner of Keen Healthcare.
Outside of selling real estate, Beth enjoys to travel, cheering on her favorite teams, and enjoying the paradise of Oregon’s outdoor adventures with her family and friends; hiking at the Columbia Gorge, surfing at The Cove in Seaside, riding bikes in Sunriver and tubing down the Deschutes thru the Old Mill District in Bend, stand up paddle boarding on Haag Lake in Forest Grove, or awaiting the green flash at sunset at her family home at Cannon Beach. She loves tasting the harvest of Willamette Valleys wine country and enjoying the infamous farm to table restaurants and rural Saturday markets our bountiful and creative city provides us. She has been a long-time member of Beaverton Foursquare Church and loves to serve as a Jesuit High School Lunch mom.
Her greatest joy however are her four children, graduates of Sunset and Jesuit High Schools, and students at University of Montana and Oregon State University, she has spent decades cheering them on from the sidelines of football fields, tennis and basketball courts, theaters and venues, and cherishes the times when all four are again around her dinner table and her two pugs, Eddie, and Danny are asleep on her lap.